CXWORX™

CXWORX™

Strength

This 30-minute low impact, low cardio workout is the ultimate way to get a tight and toned core.  

CXWORX™ really hones in on the torso and sling muscles that connect your upper body to your lower body. Run by our expert fitness professionals, this dynamic class hones in on your abs, glutes, back, obliques and sling muscles connecting the upper and lower body. It's ideal for tightening your tummy and butt, while also improving functional strength and assisting in injury prevention.

The benefits
A quick, efficient workout in 30 minutes
A tough workout that challenges you mentally and physically
Tightens and tones core muscles
Improves functional strength for balance, mobility and injury prevention
Better understanding of how the core works and its importance to your physical health
Motivates you to venture outside your comfort zone

 

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Did you know you can try a CXWORX™ class with our free trial guest pass?

1-Day free pass

Group Instructors

  • Ricky Van Vliet

    Group Fitness Instructor

    Programs

    CXWORX™
    BODYCOMBAT®
    BODYPUMP®

    Fitness First Clubs

    Fitness First Cronulla

    What’s the fitness/health benefit of doing CXWORX?

    CXWORX classes strengthen and tone your core, abs, glutes, back and obliques which are essential in supporting everyday activities and prevent injuries.

    Why do you like teaching the program?

    I love that moment members tell me they feel results and how CXWORX has supported them with all their other training programs through greater core support.

    What should beginners look out for in the class?

    Talk to the instructor before class starts! Always take the easier options, use the easy tube (Pilates tube) and give it at least 5 classes before tackling the harder options. The program is quick, so watch the moves and take your time setting up each move correctly. The more classes you do, the better your technique will become. When in doubt, always ask your instructor for extra support and guidance.

    What would you suggest for regular participants of the class?

    Take the harder progressions such as using the black tube and holding the plank on your toes longer. Work at perfecting your technique to get the most out of every move.